Crystal Palace are yet to make a signing so far this window, with most of the talk being about keeping hold of Wilfried Zaha.

They also saw one of their reported targets, Dango Ouattara, head to Bournemouth as they have now agreed a deal for around £20 million with Lorient.

Manager Patrick Vieira seemed to urge the club to make some January additions following Chairman Steve Parish’s admittance that loan deals would be more likely than permanent signings.


So, with just under two weeks remaining in the January transfer window, who can Palace fans get excited about signing as the team seeks to secure a top-half finish?

Conor Gallagher


He was Palace’s player of the season when he was on loan during the 2021-22 season. In his time, he became a fan favourite and many at Selhurst Park would welcome him back.

However, Chelsea seem reluctant to let him go with a growing number of injury concerns and Vieira appeared to rule it out.

This could change, however, as Chelsea are still active in the market and hope to add a midfielder. This may open the door for a temporary exit for Gallagher.

If this is the case, Palace may have to fend off competition from Newcastle who are also believed to be interested.

Bright Osayi-Samuel


Reports in Turkey suggest Crystal Palace have made a bid of £10 million to sign the promising Bright Osayi-Samuel from Fenerbahçe.

A talented winger during his time in England, he was shifted to right-back for much of his time in Turkey, which is the main reason why he has no goals or assists in 26 appearances this season.

A move back to England might see a return to scoring form however.

Danny Ings


The prolific striker has had a mixed time since he moved to Aston Villa and seems to have dropped down the pecking order with Unai Emery in charge.

This has prompted interest from some clubs including Crystal Palace.  

Journalist Dean Jones has suggested that Ings would view a move to Palace as an ‘attractive option.’ The goals he is capable of scoring could be vital for this Crystal Palace side.